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Optimum Dosing Strategies’s ID – ODS open-architecture design allows integration and interoperability with a variety of third-party systems. ID – ODS is capable of exchanging information bi-directionally , giving health care practitioners vital access to the data they need at the point of care. Click here to contact us for further details about interfacing ID – ODS with your institutions electronic medical record.

 

ACCP

2012- Sussman R, Farkas A, Lee A, Evaluation of pharmacist managed vancomycin therapy compared to physician managed dosing in establishing timely and therapeutic vancomycin serum concentrations at a community hospital

2012 – Farkas A, Keren A, Hoffman C; Novel method to maximize levofloxacin pharmacodynamics for the treatment of systemic gram negative infections based on the population distribution of patient demographics at a community hospital

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ECCMID

2014 – Farkas A, Daroczi G, Roberts J, Population Probability of Target Attainment of Colistin at Different Levels of Renal Function Against Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Acinetobacter baumanii in Europe

2014 – Farkas A, Daroczi G, Roberts J, Usage statistics of Individually Designed Optimum Dosing Strategies, a multi-model based online application to individualize antibiotic dosing in critically ill patients

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ICAAC

2014 – Farkas A.; Saju S.; Gould P.; Kuriyilel J.; Villasurda P.; Roberts J.; Comparative evaluation of the performance of a population equation and two Bayesian methods to predict future Vancomycin concentrations .

2014 – Farkas A.; Villasurda P.; Feldfogel H.; Afroz S.; Evaluation Of The Safety And Efficacy Of Low Versus High Vancomycin Trough Levels For The Treatment Of Conditions Caused By Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus

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ID – ODS for Apple, Android and Windows Desktop!

ID – ODS for Apple, Android and Windows Desktop!

Individually Designed Optimum Dosing Strategies, or ID – ODS, the simulation resource tool with extensive model library built from population pharmacokinetic models published in high quality, peer reviewed literature is now available for all mobile devices and Windows desktop.

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